1 Real Ale pub
Population (2011) of Thorndon: 648.
Local licensing authority for Thorndon is Mid Suffolk.
This village still has some fine rustic cottages. Moat Farm once had a fine set of fish ponds with an outlook platform to guard them from the unwanted attention of local herons.
An early Medieval cemetery has been uncovered at White House Farm. A post mill dating from 1797 stood in The Street until it was hit by lightning in 1923 and demolished.
Kerrison Reformatory was once a school for wayward children and was located in the parish from its formation in 1856 to 1973, when it became a Community Home.
Thorndon was recorded in Domesday as "Tornduna", "Torneduna!" or "Torentuna".
Some historical information from English Heritage's National Monuments Record.